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September 3, 1783 Treaty of Paris is signed in France. Although the treaty is not officially approved until January, 1784, this date is considered by most to be the end of the American Revolution.
September 3, 1848 Judge Francis Cone called Alexander Stephens a traitor. Following an arguement, Cone stabbed Stephens six times.
  Alexander Stephens
  Alexander 'Little Alec' Stephens stabbed in Atlanta
September 3, 1916 Wilson signs the Adamson Act into law, four days after it had been proposed by Georgia Congressman William Adamson, averting a looming railroad strike
  William Charles Adamson
  Woodrow Wilson
September 3, 1934 Atlanta airplane pioneer Doug Davis dies from injuries received from a crash during an air race in Cleveland, Ohio
September 3, 1947 Ernest Vandiver marries Richard B. Russell's niece, Sybil Elizabeth Russell
  Richard B. Russell, Jr.
  Ernest Vandiver, Jr.
September 3, 1998 Tornadoes spin-off of Hurricane Earl, damaging coastal homes and property. 4 people injured in Screven County as the result of one tornado
  Georgia Tornadoes
  Screven County, Georgia
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